In the winter, make sure you exfoliate your skin. Exfoliating eliminates dead skin cells from the surface of your skin allowing moisture to penetrate your skin more efficiently. Because if you don’t exfoliate dry skin in winter often, your skin will look greyish and dull. A crucial step in your skincare routine is to moisturize. Use a moisturizing skincare product formulated with the right substances which helps prevent your skin from losing moisture. And for more relief from dry itchy skin, try using a humidifier in your room so the air won’t be so dry.
Learning how to protect skin in winter starts with knowing the ingredients that are found in creams and lotions. In order to create a protective barrier and help keep moisture in, look for specific ingredients such as: Shea Butter, Avocado oil, and Babassu wax to help restore your skin’s natural oil balance.
There are many body washes on store shelves, however, they can also contribute to your winter dry skin more than environmental factors. To avoid having dry itchy skin, try a special hydrating mask that contains natural oils and vitamins. The cleansing mask is a blend of rich natural oils, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids that help regenerate your skin and retain its healthy moisture balance. The natural ingredients that work together and gives your skin a hydrating boost include: Natural Vitamin E, Macadamia Oil, and Active Manuka Honey. Also to combat winter dry skin, make sure your diet contains plenty of vitamin A. Being deficient in Vitamin A can lead to dry eyes and skin, so consume foods rich in vitamin A like carrots, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe, spinach, and kale are all good choices. And believe it or not, eating fats also benefits your skin.